Go behind-the-scenes of the Newark Museum in this illustrated conversational lecture. Share recent discoveries that were made when a spectacular Tibetan sculpture from the Museum’s world-renowned collection was prepared for travel to Nashville, Tennessee. Discuss with leading experts how contemporary Museum conservation practice can best be balanced with the historic usage of Tibetan-Buddhist art.
Prior to the lecture, don't miss the screening of rare, historic silent film footage of C. Suydam Cutting’s travels to Tibet in the 1930s.
Following the lecture, enjoy the narrated version of the historic film footage of Cutting’s travels.
Speakers: Linda Lin, Independent Curator
Katherine Anne Paul, Curator, Arts of Asia, Newark Museum
Conservation of Mr. C. Suydam Cutting’s films is made possible by John H. McFadden and his wife, Lisa D. Kabnick, in honor of his sister Mary McFadden.
Also, don't miss other Second Sundays programs, noon-5 pm